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eBook Word Processing: WORDSTAR (Barebones) ePub

by Kathleen Sylvester

  • ISBN: 095188140X
  • Category: Software
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Kathleen Sylvester
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: KS Publications (December 1991)
  • Pages: 16
  • ePub book: 1662 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1218 kb
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Although Seymour I. Rubinstein was the principal owner of the company, Rob Barnaby was the sole author of the early versions of the program (up to version . 9). Starting with WordStar ., the program was built on new code written principally by Peter Mierau.

IBM PC Word Processing book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking IBM PC Word Processing: WordPerfect, WordStar, Displaywrite, MultiMate as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

WordStar was rare among word processing programs in that it permitted the user to mark (highlight) a block of. .Document" referred to WordStar word processing files containing embedded word processing and formatting commands.

WordStar was rare among word processing programs in that it permitted the user to mark (highlight) a block of text (with ^KB and ^KK commands) and leave it marked in place, and then go to a different position in the document and later (even after considerable work on other things) copy the block (with ^KC) or move it to a new location (with . Nondocument" files were pure ASCII text files containing no embedded formatting commands.

You may already be familiar with word processing and are using it to learn a new program - WordStar. So, to ease your way through the early stages, and to bring you swiftly to an understanding of the new medium, we start with a general explanation of basic facts and first principles. It is not an attempt to cover the theory of word processing, but merely an overview of the equipment you will be using and.

Computers & Technology Books Microsoft Books. ISBN13: 9780884627500. Practical Word Processing Applications.

though, our standards are considerably higher, and software manufacturers are responding with increasingly complex programs.

WordStar-The First Word Processor. Released in 1979 by Micropro International, WordStar was the first commercially successful word processing software program produced for microcomputers

WordStar-The First Word Processor. Released in 1979 by Micropro International, WordStar was the first commercially successful word processing software program produced for microcomputers. It became the best-selling software program of the early 1980s. Its inventors were Seymour Rubenstein and Rob Barnaby. Rubenstein had been the director of marketing for IMS Associates Inc. (IMSAI), a California-based computer company, which he left in 1978 to start his own software company.

AS I examine books on personal computers flooding the bookstores, it occurs to me that somewhere in the manual for the widely popular WordStar word processing program there must be an assignment of the following kind: ''To demonstrate you've mastered the features of this program, write a short book on computers and send it to a publisher.